Companies hire you to solve problems, not to create problems.
If you cannot find any problems to solve, or if you cannot solve any problems, you are the problem.
The bigger the problems you can solve, the higher the ranks you can climb.
The more problems you can solve, the higher your salary is.
Let those who solve problems rise above the ranks; let those who cause problems give up their positions; let those who complain about problems go.
Problems are your opportunities.
1. Any problems the company faces are opportunities for you to improve.
2. Any problems the customer faces are opportunities for you to render your service.
3. Any problems you face are opportunities for you to grow.
4. Any problems your colleague faces are opportunities for you to build a cooperative relationship.
5. Any problems the management faces are opportunities for you to solve and to gain trust.
6. Any problems your competitor faces are opportunities for you to gain a competitive edge.
Do not leave your team easily. Otherwise, you will have to start from ground up.
1. Don’t keep giving up just because things are not going the way you want it to be. Every team has its own problems; just as every team has its own strengths.
2. It is important to follow the right leader; one who is willing to guide you and let you do what you are good at. You have to appreciate this opportunity if you are in this situation.
3. Any problems the team faces are opportunities for you to shine. Complaining about your team is similar to slapping yourself in the face, telling yourself that you are incapable. You are also wasting all the opportunities infront of you.
4. Always have an appreciative mindset: Be thankful for the platform provided to you; be thankful for the cooperation your colleagues provide you.
5. A company is not a charity. Generating revenue for the company is the core value of your existence.
6. When you face a problem, have a deep thought about it first. You are a novice if you only ponder on the problem and not do anything about it. Professionals think about the problem and then solve it.
Who will be able enjoy the taste of success?
#1 – Those who stick and grow with the team until the end
#2 – Those who trust the vision of the team right from the beginning
#3 – Those who continuously find a position for themselves in the team
#4 – Those who strive to learn new things because of the team’s new goal
#5 – Those with high perseverance and patience
#6 – Those who hold the same goals with the team, throughout good times and hardships
#7: Those that look beyond short-term personal gains and focus on the bigger picture
#8: Those with a big heart, a witty mind, and can contribute to the team.
Only find ways for success, don’t find excuses for failures
Your responsibilities are your direction, your experiences are your capital and asset, and your characteristics are your destiny.
Simplify complicated things, and you will be the specialist.
Glory belongs to those with confidence; opportunity belongs to those who explore; miracle belongs to those who persist.
If you do not want to do it, you will always find excuses for it. If you really want to do it, you will always look for ways to do it.
For leaders, if you value someone, demand more from his performance.
1. Leaders who demand rigorously are great leaders who truly help you grow. Those who let you suffer will make you stronger.
2. Any great company will never create a sense of security for their subordinates; Instead, they use the cruelest way to motivate everyone to become stronger.
3. Companies that try to create the sense of security for subordinates will be replaced, because even the strongest person will lose his desire to strive in a comfortable environment.
4. Companies that forcefully increase the capabilities and expand the potentials of subordinates will stay and grow, because in such environment, you either become the wolf, or you will be eaten by the wolf.
5. Companies that do not provide a sense of security for their employees actually provide the real sense of security, because employees are forced to be better, forced to grow. As a result, they have created a better future ahead of them.
6. If you really love your subordinates, then scrutinize them, have high demands on them; force them to grow.
7. If you are setting low goals and demands for your subordinates because you want to maintain the relationships, your subordinates will not be competitive. They will be unproductive. This is the most irresponsible thing you can do to your subordinates.
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Hat hip to Lye Kim Wong in helping some part of the translation!